Saturday, July 9, 2016

Wednesday 6th July 2016


Victoria here we come!

We were on the road by about 9.45am. The rain was down to a drizzle, & then disappeared by the time we left the ACT.
With stops at Gundagai & Holbrook for morning tea & lunch, we rolled into the quaint old village of Chiltern around 3pm. As I suspected, there was no need to book at the Lake Anderson Caravan Park. We were the only transiting visitors. There are a few permanents but the we had the pick of the drive-thru' spots.
We were set up quickly & had a quiet afternoon, enjoying being back in Bertie again.

We found this sad looking fella near the submarine at Holbrook.
Geoff moved it (him/her?) to the flowing water, & we realised it
only had 3 legs. It is a Giant Banjo Frog

After heavy clouds all day, the sun shone through right at sunset!

After 400km our GPS decided to muck us around at the last minute and not take us to the van park. Varena over-rode it and corrected our route to the van park quickly, but really? These things are as much a curse as a blessing.

The burning car on the side of the highway was interesting. And it was a P plater. How do you ring your parents and say that the car is on fire?

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